‘Unknown’ Moore wins first PGA championship and ‘jumps’ to 49th in the world… Prize money of 2 billion won

Taylor Moore (USA), ranked 103rd in the world, lifted the championship trophy for the first time in her life with a reverse pole at the PGA Tour Valspa Championship (total prize money: $8.1 million).

On the 20th (Korean time),메이저사이트 Moore hit 4 under par 67 in the 4th round on the final day of the tournament held at the Innisbrook Resort Copperhead Course (par 71) in Palm Harbor, Florida, USA, and beat Adam Schenk (USA) with a final total of 10 under par 274. He beat him by one stroke and won the come-from-behind victory. With the win, he received 1.458 million dollars (about 2 billion won) in prize money.

Moore, who debuted on the PGA Tour last season, completed his adaptation by finishing in the FedEx Cup rankings at No. 67 after four top-10 finishes in his first season. This season, he has not yet entered the top 10, but with the victory on this day, he raised his FedEx Cup points ranking to 9th, and the world ranking to 49th. He had never been in the top 100 in the world rankings prior to his win.

Moore, who won her first PGA Tour victory, was also given a ticket to the Masters, which opens in April, along with a two-year seed.

Moore, who started the game on the final day in a tie for third place, two strokes behind leader Adam Schenk, tied for the lead with a tricky par putt on the 18th hole (par 4) following consecutive birdies on the 15th (par 3) and 16th hole (par 4). I finished the game first. Schenk, who played next, bogeyed on the 18th hole and kissed the PGA Tour championship trophy of his dreams.

Schenck, who had challenged 164 before 163, missed the chance to extend by making a bogey on the last 18th hole, failing to achieve his dream of winning his first championship and was satisfied with a solo second place.

Jordan Spieth (USA), who tried to win 14 times on the PGA Tour, also gave up his dream of winning with two bogeys in the second half of the game.

In the 16th hole, the tee shot was pushed to the right and fell into the penalty area.

Spieth has not added a win in nearly a year since winning his 13th career win at the RBC Heritage in April of last year.

Sam Burns (USA), who was defending the title, cut 4 strokes that day to rank 6th (5 under par, 279 strokes).

Lee Kyung-hoon (32) recorded a final total of 1 under par, 283 strokes, with the help of reducing 5 under par and 66 strokes, and tied for 19th place. It raised the ranking by 49 steps from the previous day.

Kim Seong-hyeon (25) and An Byeong-hoon (32) finished the tournament tied for 45th (2 over par 286 strokes).

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